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Old 12-27-2013, 02:09 PM   #1
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Does anybody know where to buy a heater core for a 1995 supra? The aftermarket ones are incorrect.

Anyone know where I can find a heater core for my 1995 TT Supra? All the aftermarket ones are incorrect.

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Old 12-31-2013, 12:39 PM   #2
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Does anybody know where to buy a heater core for a 1995 supra? The aftermarket ones are incorrect.
Fluidyne, Koyo, Mishimoto, and PWR all make aftermarket radiators for the Mkiv Supra Turbo that fit fine.

Please let me know exactly what you mean by "The aftermarket ones are incorrect." For example, are you referring to the automatic transmission cooler built into the oem radiator?
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I'm looking for a heater core. I want heat so I can drive my car in the winter.
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I'm looking for a heater core. I want heat so I can drive my car in the winter.
Ah, sorry. Wouldn't you just get one of those from Toyota?
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I called them and the part is discontinued. I've tried everything and had no luck.
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I called them and the part is discontinued. I've tried everything and had no luck.
Junkyards may be your only option then. Of course, the Mkiv Supra Turbo is so rare, a local junkyard is probably out of the question. You may have some luck with online junk yard consolidators. Please let us know where you find one.
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